I came across this rather interesting release from the team at ParcelHero detailing one of those critical issues that we don’t tend to consider much at all, especially when we’re busy obsessing over the precise arrival of our gorgeous new device. If you think about the average delivery guy making, let’s say, 50 deliveries a day on […]
What do the industry insiders think of the Apple iPhone 5 launch? Let’s find out! I’m delighted to be able to bring you a series of ‘one sentence evaluations’ from the mobile industry’s senior executives, influencers and fanatics. As always I’ve just used first names and in some cases I’ve changed those first names to […]
O2 UK has unveiled it’s new family oriented Joggler device, a 7″ touchscreen photo frame based on Openpeak’s OpenFrame platform and I jogged along to take a first look.
Ben and Dan were up at the crack of dawn to hit the Nokia stand for the N86 announcement. Whilst there, they simply couldn’t pass up the opportunity of chatting to Mr Nokia himself, Rafe Blandford (of All About Symbian) to find out what he thought of the new device. Here’s the video: Nokia N86 […]
We were invited to the launch of the new N86 8MP yesterday and were amongst a small group of blogs given first access to it. N86 First Look At The Launch Event from Mobile Industry Review on Vimeo. During filming we noted the handset was labelled as ‘N85 8MP’ and speculated whether that was a […]
We’ve been tipped off that Samsung are set to launch a new phone on Monday, with a Ã¢â‚¬Ëœbig, big’ announcement to back Ã¢â‚¬Ëœbig, big’ news. There was a private press pre briefing today in London all under embargo that we weren’t invited to, but we’re hearing good things are afoot. We’d like to bring you […]
As promised, James and I braved the rain on Friday to attend the launch event for Nokia’s first Symbian touch-driven device, the Nokia 5800 Xpressmusic – also often still known by its pre-launch name ‘The Tube’. Available exclusively via Nokia’s two flagship stores in London’s Regent Street and Heathrow Terminal 5 plus the Nokia online […]
From a distinctly soggy Regent Street we were delighted to jump the queue of the hundred or so keen customers at Nokia’s flagship retail store in central London this morning to attend the launch of the 5800 – Nokia’s first S60 Touch handset which, unusually, Nokia is still refering to by its internal code name, […]
Andy McNab, the SAS expert and wicked action author has done a deal with 3 to launch audio books on mobile. To be precise, Andy’s company, GoSpoken (we’ve talked about them before here on MIR) have done the deal. Trust 3 to be right there on the innovation curve. Each audio book costs around 5 […]
Late today we’re at the launch of the new LG PRADA phone, set to be the next exclusive designer mobile from the joint partnership of those two industry players. It’s their second handset from the venture, with the first arriving on the scene like a sex machine in mid 2007. The new model almost mimics […]
Launched today Mobile Industry Review are among the lucky few to receive this new handset for a first hands-on. We have a first look.
This Thursday we’re at the launch event by the network 3 of their latest handset the INQ 1 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a purpose built phone by their parent company Hutchison Whampoa. Supposedly this handset has great Facebook and social networking integration; some are calling this the very first Facebook phone. Pronounced Ã¢â‚¬ËœINK’, the phone is set to […]